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is it slipping,? if the rpms rise and car dont speed up , in direct proportions that is slip. is it? if the engine has full power in 1st, the the transmission is bad.
not sure what shift manually means, Drive to low? low to high. what? be exact in statements/ better stated what it does good and bad, and when. all modes. are you saying the trans shirts perfectly in AUTOMATIC when cold./?
sound like transmission slipping.check transmissionfluid level if okay.change fluid and filter if its been long time since last change.when very cold out side let engine warm up get transmission fluid temp up.transmission fluid wont circulate too good if temperature way below freezing.new rule when cold outside let engine warm up get transmission temp up.
My solution would be to recommend a transmission stabilizer additive. Lucas Oil makes a transmission stabilizer. The cost is about $12. Be sure to read the instructions...you need to warm the motor and ******...add through the transmission dipstick fill tube. This additive can work better than a fluid and filter change...depending on your mileage, many mechanics do not recommend opening the transmission pan to drain and replace fluid, and filter. This additive is the best one that I have used. It works to reseal and lubricate your transmission seals, and bands. Hope this helps.
Hi, transmission slipping normally does not occur when the transmission is warm, as warm temperatures favor proper working of the automatic transmission systems. Nonetheless, if problems such as, broken transmission bands, gears or torque conversion already exist, then the transmission might slip even in warm temperatures. Another situation may arise, if the fluid suffers from contraction in cold weather and gradually the weather warms up sufficiently, to expand the internal parts and fluids. Then due to cold weather, a small transmission problem might occur. However, the problem may be too small to affect the vehicle. However, warm weather cannot be directly linked to transmission slipping.